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Stunning rally lifts FC Dallas over Kansas City

Published 8/28/2011 8:43:27 AM by staff from dallas
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It was a rally of stunning proportions rarely seen in the game of soccer.  FC Dallas rallied from a 2-0 deficit scoring twice in the final minutes to stun Kansas City 3-2 Saturday night. 

Kei Kamara had given KC the halftime lead with a goal in the 22nd minute and it looked like the home side were well on their way to another victory.  When Omar Bravo made it 2-0 in the 68th FCD seemed to be dead and buried.

That's when the dramatic rally began.  Dallas grabbed one back almost immediately as a nasty curling freekick from Daniel Hernandez found its way through traffic and into the net.  The visitors still trailed and had work to do though.

Things got a bit easier for FCD when Teal Bunbury was sent receiving his second yellow for pushing Jair Benitez.  With time running out Brek Shea skipped down the left side before providing a good cross to the backpost that found Maicon Santos for the header to tie the match.

The home crowd groaned, but little did they know what was to come just a minute later.  It was a carboncopy of the tying goal as once again Brek Shea got down the left side and provided a good cross.  Bobbie Warshaw was racing to the backpost and headed home for the dramatic winner.

The rally was payback for a KC win at Pizza Hut Park earlier in the year where FC Dallas were thoroughly outplayed on their home field.  "At the end Brek send in some great balls, Schellas Hyndman said. 

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